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Pattern

A technical chart formation used to make market predictions by following the price movements of securities.

Pattern

The graphical representation on a chart of a trend in security prices. Technical analysts identify patterns for a security and predict future price movements in part by matching current patterns with previous patterns.

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Although some of these methods are rather simplistic, the final outcome of the prosthesis depends on the artistic skill of the maxillofacial prosthetist, especially in sculpting and orienting the wax pattern.
Aim of the study is to highlight changes and dimensional accuracy of wax patterns (Fig.
Among four robotic cells, a single Signicast employee makes her rounds, welding the wax patterns onto an investment tree before hanging them in the automated storage/retrieval system, which transports the trees through the remaining operations.
When formulated into a resin to replace polymer resins or wax patterns, it drastically reduces the amount of time required to produce an investment casting by eliminating the 8-12 hour long burn-out cycle.
Others had kaki glaze with wax patterns, white slip with iron and cobalt decoration or hakeme with copper splashes.
Wax patterns Use a wax crayon to draw patterns on a dry egg.
For example, the ADL can use the laboratory 3M ESPE Lava CAD/ CAM system (Figure 3) to fabricate wax patterns from the digital impression, cast the gold crown, and perform final seating/occlusion adjustments on the articulated SLA casts.
Beech Aerospace Systems manufactures tooling dies and wax patterns used to create cast parts primarily for the aerospace industry.
Ms Williams adds: "If we were to create wax patterns with such a high level of detail, they would be too fragile to ship to our casting contractors.
The printer will be offered as a solution for producing castable wax patterns directly from a variety of computer-aided design (CAD) software applications.